Friday, March 04, 2005

Celebrating the Arts of the North Coast

I hope you enjoy the following portfolio of photographs of North Coast arts together with some favorite quotations. BK

"Let the beauty we love be what we do...There are a hundred ways to kneel and kiss the earth." Rumi. Photo: Fire Arts Center, Arcata by BK Posted by Hello

"The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be lighted." Plutarch. Photo: Fire Arts Center, Arcata, by BK Posted by Hello

"Art for art's sake? No. Art for beauty's sake, art for the sake of others." Francois Truffaut. Photo: Morris Graves Museum of Art inaugural exhibition, Eureka, by BK Posted by Hello

"They ask what/the purpose of art is. Is that how things are? Say there were a thousand artists and one purpose, would one artist be having it and all the nine hundred and ninety-nine others be missing the point?" John Cage. Photo: The Ink People center, Eureka, by BK Posted by Hello

"The history of peoples and civilizations is written by their art and not by their economics and industries and politics." Gino Severini. Photo: Arcata public garden, by BK Posted by Hello

"The most beautiful experience we can have is of the mysterious." Albert Einstein. Photo: Morris Graves Museum, Eureka, by BK Posted by Hello

"Rhythm is one of the principal translators between dream and reality." Edith Sitwell. Photo: dance class, Arcata, by BK  Posted by Hello

"I am here to live out loud." Zola. Photo: young gospel choir rehearsal, Arcata, by BK Posted by Hello

"Behind every idea there is a thousand years of literature." Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Photo: Sacred Grounds, Arcata, by BK Posted by Hello

"For what is the heart but an instrument that transforms chaos into order and noise into music. Make voyages, attempt them, there is nothing else." Tennessee Williams. Photo: pan student Arcata by BK Posted by Hello

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

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Welcome to North Coast Texts, a companion site (with longer posts) to This North Coast Place, about the North Coast of California.


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